NO MORE PLASTIC BAGGIES!
We've tried a bunch of reusable and single-use, non-plastic bags (maybe you have, too?). These Porter Silicone Bags are pretty great. Why? There are many reasons (scroll below) but the first thing we love about them is that they're lighter weight than some of the bags we've tried. In other words, they're not that heavy duty, thick silicone of the first generation bags. AND there's no bar across the top to wrestle with to close them... just a zip. This is particularly great on hands that ache.
So once we established that we liked the feel, the weight and handling of these bags... we quickly noted that there's more to love. It's a better bag for cooking, freezing, steaming, preserving, storing, and sous-viding. Thoughtfully designed with curved corners so there’s nowhere for pesky buildup to hide. This bag is an easy-to-clean, hygienic workhorse tool. You'll find uses for it beyond food and cooking.
Plus, it's clear in the front (not foggy) and features an opaque grey slate back. Who says bags can't be stylish?
We're offering the the 'Stand Up' in two sizes: 36 oz. and 50 oz. Check out our 'flat' Porter bags in 10oz and 34oz here.
- Reduces plastic dependence
- Easy zip-locking top
- Easy to load wide-top
- Stores upright
- BPA Free
- Made from one piece of 100% food-grade silicone
- NO chemicals, glues, or adhesives
- Flip the bag inside out to hand-wash or throw it in the dishwasher
- Dishwasher, Microwave, Freezer Safe
- Clear front lets you mark and see contents
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
Size: 50oz or 36oz
Dishwasher, Microwave, Freezer Safe
Care: hand wash or toss in dishwasher
The 36 oz Standup Porter Bag is easy to load, unload, and store upright, making it ideal for storing frozen fruits and vegetables, fresh herbs in the fridge, and bunches of grapes.
The 50 oz Stand-Up Bag is ideal for holding dry grains, leftover chips, and frozen cookie dough balls.
100% Food Grade Silicone
Recyclable paper wrap.
Made in China, as is 99.9% of silicone products. :(
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Founded by Josh Williams and Eric Prum, W&P began with one product and a big idea that the things you use to cook, eat and drink could have a positive impact on your life and the world around you. Since then, our team has grown to include designers, product developers, manufacturing experts—and a few prized office pups—passionate about the intersection of food, culture and design. We believe that the products we use should also have a positive impact on the world around us. Whether it’s eliminating waste with reusable products, ensuring responsible manufacturing practices throughout our supply chain or supporting our friends at Edible Schoolyard NYC, our team strives to leave the world better than we found it.